energy, unemployment, foreign aid, poverty, health care, combatting crime, agriculture, roads, scientific research, social security security, medicare, food and drug inspection, environmental protection, veteran's benefits, and anti-terrorism defense. pick any of them, cut anything you want, 19 categories to cut, cut, cut, well, family feud time, guess which of those 19 categories the majority of people said they wanted to cut? yeah, you got it? okay, time is up. the answer is zero. of the 19 categories, there was not one, not a single category that the majority of voters wanted to cut. the only category that came close was foreign aid, 48% want to cut it, 49% don't want to cut foreign aid. and by the way, basically from the point of view of the budget it doesn't matter. foreign aid is .5% of the budget. as for the rest, 60% don't want to cut the state department 65% don't want to cut unemployment benefits, 73 don't want to cut defense.